.dll files changing after Trojan found - virus?

  spot the braincell 09:53 15 Sep 06
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Having installed Outpost Firewall I didn't realise for a while that it was blocking AVG updates. Once I resolved this I found I had been infected by some trojan.

AVG managed to clear this up, but I now found that I'm now continuously getting messages from Outpost asking permission to approve updates to various .dll and other system files.

This seems a bit coincidental, has the trojan done something it shouldn't and should I take any other precautions? I'm on Win 98

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  vinnyT 11:27 15 Sep 06

Use google to find out what the various .dll files are.

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